We are three Australian larpers who formed a company to run high-quality live action roleplaying events.
After enjoying blockbuster Nordic-style larps in Europe, we wanted to bring a similar experience to Australia. We focus on highly immersive larps with minimal mechanics, a high degree of player agency, in beautiful venues, with great props and costumes.
So far we have written and produced our own larps, but we are open to partnering with others. Get in touch if you have a project in mind that you think would be a good fit for our company.
Justin has been doing improvised theatre since 1992 and larp since 1996. In that time he has been an organiser as often as a player. He has always been interested in how people collectively tell stories.
In 2016 he attended Dziobak’s blockbuster larp College of Wizardry in Poland and fell in love with the nordic blockbuster style of play – so much so he has made three trips to the other side of the world to larp in Polish castles.
Pax Europa is his first foray into bringing that sensibility to Australian larp.
Penny has been writing and running larps and freeforms for over 10 years, including several at Phenomenon roleplaying convention. She specialises in player-driven political and trading larps with simple mechanics.
Her previous games include Vampire: The Art of Politics (with Jason Chappel), Changeling: Goblin Market, the Phenomenon Tryptich freeform Inner Space (with Jason Chappel), Farscape: The Nebari Who Sold the World and Threefold Blessings—A Changeling the Dreaming larp in the Nordic style (with Jason Chappel).
Jason started running larps in the Camarilla in the 1990s, and has since branched out to run independent larps and to write and run freeforms for Phenomenon roleplaying convention.
His previous games include Vampire: The Art of Politics (with Penny Sullivan), the Phenomenon Tryptich freeform Inner Space (with Penny Sullivan), Cold War: Towards the End Game, Threefold Blessings—A Changeling the Dreaming larp in the Nordic style (with Penny Sullivan), and Thermompylae.